Jan. 16, 2014 — ArtsWave has partnered with CVG to present free performances from Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky arts groups. These performances will take place throughout CVG, from 3 to 4 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month.
The first event will take place on Jan. 16. and include:
- Pones Inc. — creating site-specific performances through a fusion of movement and dance with other art forms. Pones Inc.’s interactive and accessible performances have been seen in over 30 Greater Cincinnati locations, as well as Indianapolis and Chicago. If you’re traveling, look for them in the tram/moving sidewalk area.
- Nat Chaitkin’s Bach & Boombox shows that all good music is made the same way. Come hear what Bach and James Brown had in common! Nat plays classical cello, and compares classical pieces to recordings by the Beastie Boys, Miles Davis and many others. Bring your iPod. He wants to hear your favorites too! Nat will be performing in the Main Terminal.
Both of these performance groups encourage audience interaction and participation, with the hopes of engaging travelers on their way into and out of the region. Pones, Inc is slated to perform at many future ArtsWave Presents at CVG events. Other performance groups and events will change each month. Future performance include: Feb. 20, March 20, April 17,May 15, June 19, July 17, Aug. 21, Sept. 18, Oct. 16, Nov. 20 and Dec 18.
”CVG is proud of the strong arts heritage that our region has to offer,” said Candace McGraw, CEO of CVG. “This partnership gives us an opportunity to showcase some of that heritage and provides a great surprise and delight for our passengers.”
“We are very excited to be able to connect some of our region’s great arts organizations with CVG, affording both locals and travelers an opportunity to enjoy a small taste of the incredible arts offerings available in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky,” said Alecia Kintner, President and COO of ArtsWave.
With the help of tens of thousands of individual donors, ArtsWave provides support to more than 100 arts organizations that make the Greater Cincinnati region an amazing place to live. The first and largest united arts fund in the country, ArtsWave contributors invested over $11.5 million in the region in 2013. The arts create benefits like attractive, lively neighborhoods and a population that comes together to share ideas and experiences.
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